Stevenage midfielder Tom Conlon joins Billericay Town on loan but is still part of Darren Sarll’s ‘future plans’

PUBLISHED: 16:31 23 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:31 23 February 2018

Tom Conlon. Picture: Danny Loo

Tom Conlon. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2017

Stevenage midfielder Tom Conlon has joined Billericay Town on loan.

The 22-year-old has moved to the Isthmian Premier Division side on a 28-day loan as the club push for a league and FA Trophy double.

Conlon has had an injury ravaged three-year spell at the Lamex, but Boro boss Darren Sarll stressed that the midfielder is part of his future plans.

“I very much see Tom in our future plans but he needs games at the moment and they have a lot coming up,” he said.

“I think at one point in the next few weeks they will be playing Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday which can only be good for Tom.”

Stevenage have also confirmed that Kevin Lokko has joined National League side Dover Athletic on loan until the end of the season – although Boro have an option to recall the defender after an initial 28 days.

Striker Jamie Gray has also made a temporary exit from the Lamex, with the academy graduate joining Evo-Stik Southern Premier side Royston Town on loan, where he will line up alongside former Stevenage forward Adam Marriott

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